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Cato Research Celebrates 25 Years of Successful Life Science Research and Development
Date:9/18/2013

Durham, NC (PRWEB) September 18, 2013

Cato Research (CATO) celebrates 25 years of dedicated service to the life science industry. CATO has navigated decades of successful health care research and development, bringing products to the market that ultimately may help those who need them the most.

Headquartered in the Research Triangle Park of North Carolina, CATO is a global, competitive contract research organization that includes an investment arm, Cato BioVentures. Together, CATO and Cato BioVentures have helped biotech companies, pharmaceutical companies, and investors develop their products and bring them to market. CATO has a proven track record of effective collaboration, saving time and reducing cost without jeopardizing product quality while meeting the clinical and regulatory project challenges. The combination of these attributes and capabilities makes for many successful years of business.

“It is truly rewarding to be able to reflect over the past 25 years, cherishing the relationships we have built, and proud of the growth and success we have experienced. Most important to us are the patients we have been able to help by bringing products to the market that have made a difference to their lives. We are thankful and look forward to servicing this industry many more years to come,” says Lynda Sutton, President and cofounder of Cato Research and Cato BioVentures.

Cofounded in 1988 by Allen Cato, M.D., Ph.D., and Lynda Sutton, CATO will celebrate its 25th year by holding several wine tastings throughout the United States at its many office locations. These
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